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Discovery Workshop

Transforming Concepts Into Reliable Answers

Everything starts with a sincere notion. But there must be explanations for why not all ideas become what other people refer to as "Success." CodeWox focuses utmost on a specially created Discovery Workshop, specifically for you, to prevent such catastrophes. Learn more about it now!

Mobile Development

"Our clients will learn how to submit complete information through brainstorming sessions at Discovery Workshop before the development cycle starts. Using the latest cutting-edge technologies will enable us to provide a solid, distinctive, and out-of-the-box solution with amazing UI/UX design."

The main goal is to grasp client expectations and meet them with our expertise and quality, in addition to communicating project objectives.


Forefronts of Discovery Workshop

Deer in nature


Enabling each member of our team to fully comprehend the objectives, vision, and business of our customers.


Leaf on the street

Allowing us to explore any topic about which we could have differing opinions and develop our own assumptions.


Enabling the development and UI/UX teams to thoroughly review the information for a perfect delivery.

White sand
Allowing UI/UX and development teams to go through detailed information for flawless deliverables

In plainer terms, the discovery workshop is the pre-development phase of gathering and exchanging pertinent project information between the customer and the project team for a software development or mobile app development project. Meetings on-site or off-site and online conferences might serve as the venue for information sharing.

A specially curated session is a project initiation process to refine your concepts, engineer your needs, and accelerate the development of your product from the concept stage to the advanced stages.


Why Clients Shouldn’t Overlook Discovery Workshop?

"Put yourself in the position of a customer who is wanting to have a mobile application created. You finally settle on a contract with a reputable software development business after some searching. disregard the project discovery workshop. Finally, you decide to provide the technical team with the requirements document and give them a timeframe for delivery and product launch.

In this scenario, the software development team would not have any additional questions and would begin the design and development of the mobile app in order to deliver the product on schedule. After a few short weeks or months, your beautiful mobile app is finally complete. You launch the mobile app and eagerly await the arrival of the first brand-new users.

After a few months, statistics and analysis show that your app users are not appreciating your beautifully designed app, and conversion is far below what you had hoped for. This leads to a situation where you have already invested the majority or all of your capital in the development of your app and do not have enough money left over to continue developing it as a result of a failed ROI. At this point, you would be thinking to yourself, "Something went very wrong."


Discovery Workshop Nullifying 3 Main Problems for Clients

  • Underestimating project implementation costs
  • Launching a product in the market with less or no potential
  • Finding the product not solving user needs

UI/UX Designing

Even though the UI/UX design team has the top designers who consistently produce stunning work, we feel that clients are just as crucial to the success of discovery sessions as the team's largest thinkers. Important elements are crucial for the design team's thinking and visualizing processes!
You must properly prepare the procedure if you don't want important details to be lost in translation. It is to make sure that the product roadmap and user journeys cover all the features you anticipate being developed. This is accomplished when information is smoothly transferred between the design team and other project stakeholders.


Discover and Devise

  • Interviews with the Client about the idea, vision, and market
  • Proposed solutions and suggestions
  • Questionnaires
  • User stories
  • Market analysis
  • Self-documentation
  • Traceability Matrix
  • User experience observations

Define and Refine

  • Brainstorming, organizing, and linking key information
  • Visualize Information Architecture
  • Complete product review all-at-once
  • Identify content and information gaps
  • Better review of Project Scope
  • Identify key modules
  • Prioritize features

Lean UX Process

  • Validate hypothesis about content and interaction strategy
  • Illustrate key features of the solution
  • Reduced risks in the actual Design Process
  • Visual understanding of a page
  • Bringing Usability to the forefront

UI/UX Design

  • Modern UI patterns
  • Flat + Minimal + Material Approach
  • Keeps Information at the Center
    (Minimum interference between User and Design)
  • Moscow Principal – prioritizing
    (Must have, Should have, Could have, Would have)
  • Engage the User Quickly
  • Natural interaction methods
  • Micro-interactions